A bus transporting the inmates is flipped resulting in the felons escaping. In order to round up and once again incarcerate the criminals the cops form a special task force that needs to ... See full summary »
In August 1966, in a Vietnamese rubber plantation called Long Tan, 108 young and inexperienced Australian and New Zealand soldiers are fighting for their lives against 2500 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong soldiers.
Do Il-Chool (Park Jung-Min) has a talent for playing poker and he is the son of Jjakgwi. His father was a gambler and had one ear cut off after he was caught cheating. Il-Chool meets ... See full summary »
Over a 4 day period, a fierce battle takes place between Korean independence militias and imperialist Japanese forces in Manchuria, China. The militia includes a master swordsman and an expert marksman.
Buried by treacherous conditions at the top of Mt. Baekdu, a policeman must brave the extreme weather until his transfer comes through. When a group of thieves stumbles into the station, both sides must fight for survival.
The story of Jangsari Landing Operation, 772 student soldiers - whose average age was 17 and who received just 2 weeks of boot camp training - were tossed into Korean War effort in order to pave the way for Incheon Landing Operation, which turned the tide of war.Written by
The Battle of Jangsari Is both epic and gripping with nerve jumping suspense and action. Totally brilliant to see a semi forgotten war on the screen from people who are very forgotten....Megan Fox also smashes her role. I am only half way into the movie and want to tell the world about it's brilliance. Thank you to the director and producer and actors who have all worked so hard to bring this to the cinema.
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